Monthly Archives: September 2012

Driving

Summer’s dying breath propels the withered leaf     from August’s shimmering Aspen.  It pauses in quivering indecision on the        Tundra’s naked window.  Clinging, compressed, it spreads its ragged edges,                       clutching feebly the slippery glass . . . hesitating. … Continue reading

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A New Car?

Thinking about a new car?  Even the monumentally uninformed can’t help but notice that there are many choices these days.  Ideally, only one consideration in choosing a vehicle should hold sway, that of transportation.  But modern marketing responds to and … Continue reading

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